SYSBEL OSHA Standard 6 Gal Red Oily Waste Cans
SYSBEL OSHA Standard 6 Gal Red Oily Waste Cans A good helper for you to collect oily trash! In order to prevent fire risks and collect rags and cloth submersed in oil (flammable solvents, linseed oil, and other flammable liquids), please use OSHA standard oily waste can. SYSBEL oily waste can have a special lid
whose opening angle is no more than 60 degrees. The self-closing lid design ensures the can is tightly closed in the absence of external force, to effectively control the three elements of fires Oily Waste Cans
Oily Waste Cans
- Ventilation hole at the base of oily rag container
- Foot-operated design
- A good helper for you to collect oily trash
- OSHA standard oil waste containers prevent fire risks and collect rags and cloth submersed in oil.
- Never leave cleaning rags in a pile. At the end of the day, take the rags outside to dry.
- Hang the rags outside or spread them on the ground. Weigh them down. …
- Put dried rags in a metal container. Make sure the cover is tight. …
- Keep containers of oily rags in a cool place.
What makes oil and solvent-soaked material so dangerous?
When a rag or cloth becomes soaked in oil or solvent oxidation can occur. This is the process of substances chemically reacting with the oxygen in the air. Heat builds up until it finally bursts into flames, also known as spontaneous combustion. In the right moisture and temperature conditions this can quickly spread fire.
Does your work regularly require the use of oil or solvent-soaked material? For example, using cloth with adhesives, rubber compounds, and aerosols to repair tires.
Here are a few key tips to remember when handling oil and solvent-soaked material to help prevent fire: